How to Build an A-Frame Chicken Coop a.k.a The Movable “Chicken Sled” – Get FREE Plans for this easy to build coop below! I have made many chicken coops over the years, and we are all in agreement that this is the best one by far. In the future, if any other coops get made, …
One of the most common things you see in chicken discussions, is a photo of a young chicken, and the question, “Is it a Rooster?” Here’s some tips for figuring it out.
Making refrigerator pickles is the easiest way to enjoy homemade pickles, as there is no canning involved.
Welp, I’ll be wearing sunglasses in the next few videos. If it’s not one thing, it’s another. But you know, you can’t be squeamish if you decide to homestead! :D
An update on the garden. It’s been a tough year and I shared some of the challenges as well as some changes we will be making for next year.
I’m having some issues with one of the fences. There’s just no power. So today I talked you through my process of figuring out what is wrong.
Freezing fresh peaches while they are in season allows you the opportunity to enjoy that fresh peach flavor all year long. Here’s two versions, one with and one without added sugar. Which Peaches to Get First, how do you know which peaches to choose? When you purchase peaches from the grocery store, they are often …
We FINALLY got the new chicken coop completed for the new chickens. Just in time too, because they should begin laying before too long.
Today I shared a surprising way that I learned to keep flies away from the chicken coop. It’s easy, and to my great shock, it actually seemed to work!
Back in May, we had a really bad day that I hadn’t yet shared about. Sometimes doing everything right isn’t enough and you still suffer a loss. It’s a hard reality.
Well, this is definitely not an energetic vlog, but an update on how I am doing. Many of you saw that I was in the hospital on Instagram and Facebook. Here’s the story.
Getting some more work done in between rounds of the Alberto storms. Lots of weed pulling in the HOT weather, as well as sharing what I do to be able to stand the heat on the homestead. Work doesn’t stop just because the mercury rises.